“A” for addict, “W” for whore, and “T” for thief

“A” for addict, “W” for whore, and “T” for thief.

Flying over the Mid-West, I just finished reading Michael Cunningham’s “The Snow Queen.” A story of the human condition, being in love, being an addict. Through his lovable characters, Cunningham reveals that sensitive and vulnerable part of our selves, which is as fragile as a glass unicorn. What do I call it? That part that is always wondering about the matter of stars, the distance between life and death. Are we born with that or is it a splinter that we pick up along the way, and with time, festers, digs deeper until we realize that we can’t get it out and we no longer can think about the distance, and want  to just become a tiny particle in a shining star. 

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